Adorable moment jealous nine-month-old puppy Flo tries to stop an older sheepdog from doing his job by biting his tail and hauling him back from the flock
- Puppy tried to stop older dog, Sam, seven, herd a flock in Inverurie, Scotland
- Sam kept trying to sprint forward but Flo gripped his tail in her jaws
- Border Collie pair were filmed by owner Rory Gregor, 28, a contract shepherd
A playful puppy who became jealous of an older sheepdog who was just trying to do his job clung onto his tail to stop him from herding the animals.
Footage shows nine-month-old Flo holding the tail of Sam, seven – both Border Collies – tightly in her tiny jaws.
She is seen pulling him back from the flock of sheep as he desperately tries to herd them in Inverurie, Scotland.
On several occasions, Sam attempts to spring towards the sheep but is blocked by the puppy’s grip.
Nine-month-old Flo holds the tail of Sam, seven – both Border Collies – tightly in her tiny jaws to prevent him from performing his sheepdog duties
Sam tries several times to spring towards the sheep but is blocked by the puppy’s grip
Eventually, the older dog manages to free himself, and races off across the field
The two dogs (pictured), who are not related, were filmed in Inverurie, Scotland
Sam, who is not related to the cheeky puppy, finally manages to free himself with a dramatic sprint, which leaves Flo rolling on her back.
Owner Rory Gregor, 28, witnessed the whole hilarious episode and recorded the film in the Scottish field.
Mr Gregor, a contract shepherd, said: ‘Sam and I were trying to gather the sheep for vaccination.
‘Sam was trying to concentrate on his job, but Flo was too eager to play and wouldn’t leave him alone. It was hilarious to see.’
This hilarious episode was recorded by owner Rory Gregor, 28. Above, the cheeky pair and the sheep, who were being gathered for vaccination
Mr Gregor, a contract shepherd, said: ‘Sam was trying to concentrate on his job, but Flo was too eager to play and wouldn’t leave him alone’